Below are links to web pages that I have personally found useful in my spiritual walk. If you have found other helpful online study references, please drop me an email with the link information.
- Answers in Genesis - Creation, Evolution, Christian Apologetics
- - an apologetics (i.e., Christianity-defending) ministry, dedicated to enabling Christians to defend their faith and to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively.
- Bible Gateway
- - a tool for reading and researching scripture online in the translation of your choice.
- - a free Bible atlas which harnesses Google maps.
- - exists for the purpose of developing and distributing sound, evangelical Bible study materials in electronic format so that anyone can have access to sound biblical studies from their home.
- Bible Study Tools from Christianity.com
- - one of the most comprehensive interactive Bible Study tool sites on the web; registration required in order to access some parts of the site.
- Biblos.com Online Bible Study Tools
- - the Online Parallel Bible Project began in 2004 as Bible.cc, which provided a parallel, verse by verse view of 8 translations. Soon, many new tools were developed to support the parallel site. These began as separate sites, but have been merged into a single integrated platform, Biblos.com.
- - a mega-site providing biblical answers to contemporary questions for all ages and nationalities with over 45,000 files.
- Codex Sinaiticus, a manuscript of the Christian Bible written in the middle of the fourth century.
- - a novelty site for Biblosphiles. The hand-written text is in Greek. The New Testament appears in the original vernacular language (koine) and the Old Testament in the version known as the Septuagint, which was adopted by early Greek-speaking Christians.
- Geneva Bible (1560/1599), with original Geneva footnotes of both the 1560 and 1599 versions and all with corrected spelling.
- - The Bible used by the Puritans, the Calvinists, and the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock was the Geneva Bible, until it went out of print in 1644. The first Geneva Bible, both Old and New Testaments, was initially published in English in 1560 in what is now Geneva, Switzerland. William Shakespeare, John Bunyan, John Milton, the Pilgrims who landed on Plymouth Rock in 1620, and other luminaries of that era used the Geneva Bible exclusively. The marginal notes present in much of this version of the Bible were, to a great extent placed there by the leaders of the Reformation, including John Knox and John Calvin.
- International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (ISBE) Online, The
- - a classic Bible reference compiled from nearly 10,000 entries written by over 200 different Bible scholars and teachers. All of the major words of the Bible are represented.
- - publishers of spiritual growth resources, including Discipleship Journal.
- Rose Publishing
- - publishers and distributors of easy-to-use Bible reference material, especially Bible study charts, maps, and time lines.
- - a Christ-centered, Bible-based Internet ministry which is not part of any one church group or denomination.